Humanities & Design


A solar-powered water disinfection system for use in rural Uganda was awarded first place in the College of Engineering and Computational Sciences’ Fall Capstone Design Trade Fair on Dec. 5. Team
The newest float in Denver’s 9News Parade of Lights has a Colorado School of Mines connection. Keep your ears perked or you might miss it. An electronic holiday carol written, arranged and mastered by
Students from Colorado School of Mines are going to the National Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl for the third year in a row. The Mines Ethics Bowl team beat out student groups from six other schools to
Colorado School of Mines hosted its second summit focused on the environmental impacts of mine closure and remediation strategies on Nov. 14. “A Framework to Manage the Environmental Reality of
A five-year, $4 million National Science Foundation grant will put Colorado School of Mines at the center of efforts to tackle the public health and environmental challenges posed by artisanal and
How do the engineers of the future address the constant problems that arise in our changing world from environmental degradation to income inequality? Join the humanitarian engineering department and
Landslide risk is a fact of life for hundreds of thousands of Guatemalans residing in settlements on the slopes of steep ravines. How well the available tools, techniques and programs manage that risk
Colorado School of Mines students received an insider’s view of the brewing crisis between the United States and North Korea when they video-conferenced with an American scholar who just returned from
A graduate student at Colorado School of Mines has been awarded a NASA research fellowship to study the use of electrochemical technology to convert the carbon dioxide found in Mars’ atmosphere into
When James Sapegin moved into Mines Park his sophomore year, the walk to class wasn’t a particularly inviting one. Standing between the apartment complex and main Colorado School of Mines campus were